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Theft from Motor Vehicles Bishops Waltham

Alert message sent 24/01/2019 16:09:00

Information sent on behalf of Hampshire Constabulary


Hampshire Constabulary have received several reports of theft from vehicles over the last few days in Bishops Waltham.
 
The purpose of this alert is not to frighten you but to raise your awareness and ask you to be extra vigilant.
 
There are measures you can take to reduce the likelihood of becoming a victim yourself, such as:
 
• When you leave your vehicle make sure the doors of your vehicle are locked and the windows and sunroof are shut, no matter how hot the weather is.
 
• If possible, park your vehicle in a busy area. If you have a garage, use it.
 
• Do not leave anything in your vehicle, including the boot. A jacket or coat left behind may be of very little value to you, but a thief may think it has been used to hide a laptop or handbag and will break into your vehicle to find out.
 
• If you have a removable music system, take it with you.
 
• Make sure you do not leave documents which have your name on in your vehicle.
 
• Do not leave your sat- nav in your vehicle and don’t forget to remove the cradle and wipe the suction marks from your windscreen.
 
Please Report suspicious activity to the police on 101 or anonymously via the Crime stoppers charity on 0800 555 111.
 
For further advice please contact your local Safer Neighbourhoods team using the details below or visit www.hampshire.police.uk and type in your postcode to find your local policing pages.
 
Kind Regards
 
PCSO 13455 Sarah McCulloch
 
Message sent by
Sarah McCulloch (Police, PCSO, Winchester district)

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